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TRADITIONAL 4 Bedroom End Terrace Villa with VIEWS OF THE COUNTRYSIDE retaining some ORIGINAL FEATURES located in the centre of the historic town of Auchtermuchty, within walking distance of all local amenities and excellent commuter links to Edinburgh and Dundee. This property will appeal to all age groups. Accommodation comprises: Hall, lounge, dining room/bedroom, kitchen, 3 further double bedrooms, bathroom and a conservatory. GCH. Generously-proportioned rear garden with a paved patio area. 2 timber sheds.
LOCATION - Auchtermuchty is situated on the edge of the Howe of Fife nestling in the hills of north-east fife. The M90 and A92 are close by which provide easy access for commuting to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Perth and St. Andrews. Nursery and primary education is served locally with secondary education delivered nearby at Bell Baxter in Cupar. Recreationally this is the perfect place for those seeking the great outdoors with nature walks, parks, great cycling routes and local sports clubs. Auchtermuchty is steeped in history dating back to Roman times, after all where else would you find streets named Kilnheugh , Mournipea , Back Dykes or The Gladgate making this a great lifestyle place to live.
HALL - Accessed via a Swedor style door. Carpeted stairway with timber balustrade leads to the upper landing. Under-stairs cupboard provides storage. Radiator. Carpeted.
LOUNGE - 4.22m x 4.11m (13'10 x 13'5 ) - Spacious lounge with sash and case window to the front providing partial views towards the countryside. The focal point of the room is the fireplace with timber mantle and marble hearth. Cupboard provides storage. Radiator. Carpeted.
KITCHEN - 3.20m x 2.66m (10'5 x 8'8 ) - Fitted kitchen with ample floor-standing, wall-mounted units, wipe-clean work tops and Belfast sink. Integrated fridge/freezer and extractor above the freestanding cooker. Sash and case window to the conservatory. Partially tiled. Vinyl flooring. Doorway to leads to the dining room/bedroom 4. Timber/glazed door leads to the conservatory.
CONSERVATORY - 2.97m x 2.66m (9'8 x 8'8 ) - Wrap around double-glazed windows provide an abundance of natural light and views towards the Lomond Hills. Tiled flooring. UPCV double glazed patio doors lead to the rear garden.
DINING ROOM/BEDROOM 4 - 3.33m x 2.93m (10'11 x 9'7 ) - Currently utilised as an office but could also be used as a fourth bedroom. Sash and case window to the rear. Cupboard providing shelving and storage. Cornice. Radiator. Wood flooring.
UPPER LANDING - Sash and case window to the front with additional window to the side provides an abundance of natural light. Access hatch to roof space providing storage. Carpeted.
BEDROOM 1 - 4.01m x 3.69m (13'1 x 12'1 ) - Spacious double bedroom with sash and case window to the front providing views towards the countryside. Cupboard housing the hot water tank and electric fuse switch/gear. Cornice. Picture rail. Radiator. Carpeted.
BEDROOM 2 - 3.89m x 3.29m (12'9 x 10'9 ) - Additional bright spacious double bedroom with sash and case window to the rear providing views towards the Lomond Hills. Cupboard providing shelving and storage. Cornice. Radiator. Carpeted.
BEDROOM 3 - 2.88m x 2.45m (9'5 x 8'0 ) - Further double bedroom with sash and case window to the rear with views of the Lomond Hills. Shelved alcove. Radiator. Carpeted.
BATHROOM - 2.70m x 1.35m (8'10 x 4'5 ) - 3-piece suite comprising: WC, inset wash hand basin with cupboard below and bath with thermostatic shower and shower curtain above. Opaque sash and case window to the side and additional opaque window to the opposite side. Partially wet-walled. Radiator. Vinyl flooring.
GARDEN - Accessed from the main street via a metal gate into a stone chipped courtyard. A pathway to the side leads to the front door and on to the rear garden. The generously proportioned rear garden is enclosed by mature trees/shrubs and stone wall providing privacy and has raised planting beds, a laid to lawn area, a separate drying area and two timber sheds. There is also a stone-chipped area to the bottom which could provide further development potential for an artist s studio, craft or sunroom. The rear garden is perfectly positioned to capture the sun all day long making it the ideal location for relaxation and leisure time.
AGENTS NOTES - Please note that all room sizes are measured approximate to widest points.
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